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When should expect period?
If anyone has regular 27-34 days cycle and she took ipill On 26th day of cycle. When should she expect period? If she bleeds two days after ipill on 28th day of cycle for 5days (3days after intercourse) is it her period or withdrawal bleeding?
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Yes it's withdrawal bleeding. Your next cycle might be a bit delayed.
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Cylcle may change bt rest cycles ll ne normal..no need to worry
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I pill is an hormonal pill.it may change the duration of next cycle.most likely it must be her regular period.
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